Academies can hire unqualified

3rd August 2012 at 01:00

England's new academy schools can now hire unqualified teachers, after a change to the rules. Until now, most state-funded schools could only employ people with qualified teacher status, meaning they have been trained and approved as meeting a range of standards. Independent schools are exempt. The change also brings academies in line with the new free schools.

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